Dr Manohar Sharma

About Manohar Sharma

Dr Manohar Sharma is a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Neuromodulation. He trained in Liverpool and has special interest in multidisciplinary and interventional management of chronic pain including cancer pain, neuropathic pain, trigeminal neuralgia, spinal pain including sciatica, whiplash, including road traffic accidents and neuromodulation implants for chronic pain and bowel/bladder instability. 

Dr Sharma remains active in training and education. He has many active research projects and has had over 50 publications in peer reviewed journals over the last 15 years. He has been an expert pain adviser to NICE and contributed to two guideline development groups and several national guidance documents in personal capacity and on behalf of the Faculty of Pain Medicine.  

Dr Sharma edited the BMA Book of the Year, 2015, "Practical Handbook on Management of Complex Cancer Pain" (Oxford University Press), and has written multiple book chapters and presentations for national and international pain meetings. 


Pain Medicine 


MBBS, MD, FRCA, FFPMRCA, MSc Pain Management  

Clinical/research interests

Cancer related pain 


Spinal pain 

Pelvic pain 

Post traumatic/surgical pain 

Interventional pain treatments  

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

British Pain Society 

International Spine Intervention Society 

Royal College of Anesthetists, London 

Faculty of Pain Medicine of RCoA, London 

Neuromodulation Society UK and Ireland  

Related Services

Pain medicine

The Walton Centre is internationally famous for treating patients with chronic pain, pain which lasts longer than the normal healing process and is still present three months after an injury or illness.

Neuromodulation for Pain and Pelvic Floor Instability

Neuromodulation involves implanting electrical devices within the body to treat pain

Palliative care pain

The Walton Centre Pain Service works closely with the Department of Palliative Medicine at the Woodlands Hospice, which is on the same site as The Walton Centre, to treat patients with severe cancer related pain.

Page last updated: 20 July 2021